King Content’s rapid growth continues after a successful quarter, expanding its US operations with an office in San Francisco. The new office is in response to a growing demand for global content marketing services off the back of King Content’s recent contract with Cisco’s Global Service Provider division. This is a major milestone for King Content, which has offices in New York, London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
“This new office is just one example of King Content’s robust growth,” says Craig Hodges, CEO, King Content. “The partnership with Cisco is one that we are extremely proud of and the new office in San Francisco will enable us to develop and attract clients in a new market.”
The launch of King Content’s eighth office globally is more good news for the Isentia-owned company, which recently announced positive revenue and profit growth in the past 12 months. Content marketing continues to evolve and there is a rising need for valuable and relevant content that attracts a clearly defined audience.
The King Content team in San Francisco will work closely with its London counterparts to develop Cisco Global Service Provider content strategy and support the ongoing content creation and amplification process. King Content’s award-winning approach to content marketing has already enabled companies like Lenovo, Bupa and Intuit to improve their communication with customers and prospects, and drive increased demand for their products and services.